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    "Common Ground" is so appropriate for this time. Love this collection as a whole, too.

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    And... may I add? When I think of "twenty-five years ago" I'm still thinking of the seventies. Now it's the nineties? Holy crap...

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    I played it today. Its certainly a quality work and totally underrated. Also so appropriate in these times is the final track 'Brave New World'. He wrote is using Stephen Kings 'The Stand' as the inspiration and I wouldn't be reading that novel right now. Its cutting too close to the bone!
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    I listened to it recently. I had to revert to using the CD player in the kitchen rather than internet radio and that's the CD that was already loaded. I do enjoy it.
    "Billy, whoever writes the songs, wins."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glennsallnighter View Post
    I played it today. Its certainly a quality work and totally underrated. Also so appropriate in these times is the final track 'Brave New World'. He wrote is using Stephen Kings 'The Stand' as the inspiration and I wouldn't be reading that novel right now. Its cutting too close to the bone!
    That's what was playing in my car on my way to work this morning. (Yes, essential workers at least until the Ohio Primary is done; yes, only 4 of us here in this big building.)

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